Audible COO Retires.
"Glenn Rogers and I have worked together in the non-profit world and at Audible for more than 13 years," said Donald Katz, Chairman and CEO, Audible, Inc. "He came to Audible to help implement scalable business processes and help us address our infrastructure needs in light of our rapid growth. Our performance in 2007 - and our great finish to the year in Q4 - is in many ways indicative of the successful implementation of his teachings."
"Audible's future has never been brighter," Mr. Rogers added. "It's an awesome company with a tremendous product. I am proud to have played a part in helping the company continue to prosper as the digital media economy grows larger by the day."
The company reported that it does not intend to replace Mr. Rogers in the COO role.
Audible (www.audible.com) is the leader in spoken audio information and entertainment on the Internet. Content from Audible is downloaded and played back on personal computers, CDs, or AudibleReady computer-based and wireless mobile devices. Audible has 140,000 hours of audio programs from more than 470 content partners that include leading audiobook publishers, broadcasters, entertainers, magazine and newspaper publishers, and business information providers. Audible is the preeminent provider of spoken-word audio products for Apple's iTunes Store. Among Audible's key business relationships are Apple, Inc., Amazon.com, Palm, Inc., Creative Labs Inc., SanDisk, and XM Satellite Radio. Audible has approximately 170 employees with headquarters in Newark, NJ, and an office in London, England. Audible, audible.com, AudibleListener, and AudibleReady are registered trademarks of Audible, Inc. and all are part of the family of Audible, Inc. trademarks. Other product or service names mentioned herein are the trademarks of their respective owners.
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|Date:||Jan 8, 2008|
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